Mustard is a color that's quintessentially screaming: AUTUMN! This boldly yellow jumper I got from H&M trend line is no exception. The ubiquitously seen peplum is, too, a highlight to this garment, but the skin tight fit is my perfect-pullover-dream come true. And I'm not exaggerating here. This jumper is so versatile, I have been wearing it as often as I can ever since I got it (I even broke my not-wearing-the-same-clothes-consecutively-rule, which says quite a lot about my love towards it). Below are two looks with this mustard jumper, the first one for the warmer autumn days and the second one for the cold, frosty late autumn.
As you can tell, I went a little nostalgic with the styling. And I felt so feminine with the white chiffon maxi skirt on, a feeling I rarely get in recent times.
bershka wool hat, H&M jumper, random maxi skirt bought on the street in China,
zara necklace, zara boots, versace for H&M purse
As for the second look, I basicly put on a chestnut-colored wool coat, a pair of black jeans which matchs with the thigh-high suede boots and carried a bigger in my favorite color this season, oxblood. A pair of emerald green suede gloves gives the outfit a color blocking twist and more importantly keeps the hands warm at freezing temperatures. Now that I'm typing, I noticed that I look quite serious in these photo series, no I'm not unhappy. I guess the fact that another friend was present when J took the photos made me a bit stiff. I am no model afterall.
mango coat, H&M suede gloves, zara bag, all time favorite black pants
Photo credit: JJ
Speaking of chestnut color (as mentioned ealier), one thing that I love about autumn is roasted chestnuts. Those are the best cold days treats, EVER. When the weather outside is frightful, I, to be honest, rather like to stay inside and enjoy some warm bites of tasty chestnuts. Last but not least, a late, yet cordial happy thanksgiving folks!